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Jonah Ehlers

A lover of films, dogs and cooking, even though I'm terrible at it most days. Ever since my first console (the legendary PS2) I have had an immense love for Video games. It has given me some of my favourite memories, my closest friends and countless hours of fun.

Review: Midnight Caravan

Midnight Caravan is a visual novel and game of choices. While the overarching plot may be set in stone, you have agency in most...

Review: Roguebook

Repetition is the name of the game. Well, the name of the game is Roguebook, but repetition is a big part of the experience....

Review: Ynglet

Oh to be a microscopic form of life. Swimming about, interacting with all manner of organisms.

Review: Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition

Nioh 2 is special to me. It became a turning point from my rigidity toward challenging games. It also proved to me, if nothing...

Review: Siege Survival: Gloria Victis

Your home and its people are under attack. Enemies invade and pillage mercilessly. Everyone and everything else has already fallen. It’s now down to...

Review: Fate of Kai

Fate of Kai takes you on a boy’s journey to earn his freedom. The boy in question, Kai, finds himself shackled to a mysterious...

Review: Endzone – A World Apart

I don’t think I’ve ever played a tutorial as long as Endzone’s. At its peak the irrational part of me was certain it would...

Review: Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness

Mountains of Madness is an adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft novella, and a new entry into the Chronicle of Innsmouth series. It takes you...

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